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Jul 28, 2013 8:30am PDT
is not particularly creative, not innovative. he doesn't use policy to put the congress on the defensive and force them to act. so i-- and then he ends up with the assessment of blame as you're saying, and it looks small. it looks inconsequential, and it makes people wonder we're going to have eight weeks of this message? that's really not sustainable. >> he's trying to pivot, but he's pivoting away dealing with today's problems and saying here's the long-term, the 25, 30-year agenda. that's fine but what are we going to do about tax reform this year. what are we going to do about the debt sealing this year? what are we going to do with the keystone pipeline this year? >> schieffer: again, i'm showing my age, which is not difficult to do anymore, but i can remember the days when the two sides were far apart and they tried to figure out some way to talk to each other about it. now one side goes out and makes a bunch of speeches. the republicans have been making speeches all summer here. it just seems like we're in, as you say, more of the same. i don't see anything getting resolved. >> we're in a p
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